PSYCHIATRIC NURSES ASSOCIATION of Ireland

PSYCHIATRIC NURSES ASSOCIATION of Ireland
Tel: 045 852300 Email: info@pna.ie

Creating a Quality Clinical Learning Environment (CLE) in Challenging Times

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Facilitator

Ms Catherine Clune Mulvaney

MSc (Nursing), PG Dip (CHSE), BSc (Nursing), HDip (ICU), RGN, RNT, FFNMRCSI

Catherine is currently the Acting Executive Director, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, RCSI. Prior to this, she was the Operations and Education Manager for the Faculty and had over 10 years as a lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery RCSI, where she gained experience in curriculum development and design. She has taught modules on education and training, teaching and assessing in clinical practice and leadership.

Programme summary

This short programme will provide registered nurses/midwives with evidenced based knowledge to critically develop nurses' theoretical and practical understanding of how to create a clinical learning environment (CLE). The content will focus on regulatory perspectives, defining and exploring the characteristics of a quality CLE, the principles of teaching and learning, the role of preceptorship and evidence-based teaching, clinical assessment and feedback and audit.

Programme duration

6 hours

Entry requirements

Registered psychiatric nurses and nurses working in the mental health arena

Accreditation

  1. Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, RCSI Continuing Nursing & Midwifery Education Units: 6 CNMEUs
  2. Nursing & Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) Continuing Education Units: 6 CEUs

Assessment

No

Fee

PNA Member: €70.00

Programme aims

 

  1. To provide registered nurses and midwives with up-to-date, evidenced based knowledge to critically develop nurses' theoretical and practical understanding of how to create a CLE.
  2. To support registered nurses and midwives in enhancing their confidence, skills and competences, with regard to the creation and the enhancement of a CLE.

Learning outcomes

 

At the end of this CPD programme, participants will be able to:

  1. Critically discuss the regulatory and professional perspectives on the CLE.
  2. Critically analyse the factors influencing a quality CLE.
  3. Critically discuss the principles and practice of teaching and learning.
  4. Critically analyse the role of preceptorship and evidence-based practice in clinical teaching.
  5. Critically discuss student assessment – clinical competences and feedback incorporating the Standards & Requirements 2016 NMBI.

 

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Event Properties

Event Date 25-09-2018 9:30 am
Event End Date 25-09-2018 4:30 pm
Individual Price Member Price €70
Location
RCSI College
123 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
RCSI College
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